Interface for installing SSL Intermediate Certificate

Discussion in 'Feature Requests' started by LumpyOne, Nov 15, 2006.

  1. LumpyOne

    LumpyOne New Member

    I just finished installing two SSL certificates for two separate domains on my server running ISP Config. Installing the certificates is not hard. However, installing the "Intermediate Certificate" requires someone who can edit the Apache ssl.conf file. This step was beyond me -- it's a good thing I have a friend who is a Linux Sys Admin.

    It would make it far easier to have something in ISPConfig to install this. It only needs to be done once, even if there is more than one domain with an SSL installed.
  2. alexnz

    alexnz New Member

    was this two inidividual SSL certs on one ip address?

    i thought with apache you could only have one SSL cert per ip address isnt this true?

    did you use a help guide to perform this task?
  3. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Ys, that's right, but it's not a limitation of Apache, it's a limitation in the HTTPS protocol.
  4. LumpyOne

    LumpyOne New Member

    No, I have a dedicated IP address for each SSL. You can have more than one IP address per server. I now have four IP addresses pointing to my dedicated server, and will probably add more as needed.

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